The young hunter from Cuenca, Miguel Huerta, shows the image of death in a canal: thousands of roe deer footprints underwater that attest to the agony suffered by trying to leave the place. In the background, you can see several of them already dead.
The young hunter from Cuenca Miguel Huerta, president of the preserve of 'El Picazo'
-in the Castilian province of La Mancha-, has shown in a new Video on the morning of this Tuesday 19 of
May The very image of death on a canal: thousands of footprints under the
water from Roe deer dying and dozens
of them dead after reaching the end of it and running into a fence.
"Do you see all these thousands of scratches?"
The video begins the young man pointing to the ground, "They are the last cry of hundreds
of animals that cannot leave. But if they come out," says the young man pointing
to another ravine-, they are doomed to another certain death. And if you don't believe it,
look there," Huerta repeats, pointing to the end of the canal, where
You can see some bars.
«This is the end of his agony. Any animal that thinks of going down to drink water, its only destiny is death.. He has no choice. They have no way out. And no animal activist complains about this, because this does not sell, but it is the truth. Can it be solved? Of course. Is it going to be solved?", concludes the vindictive recording Miguel Huerta from the Society of Hunters El Picazo.
Miguel Huerta, the hero who in his life has only hunted two roe deer and has saved the lives of 32 others
The young president of the Society of Hunters of El Picazo (Cuenca) received a call a few days ago from a farmer in the area to warn him that two roe deer had fallen into the channel that crosses the boundary. As he has done in recent months, he did not hesitate to go. In all his life he has only hunted two males of this small deer, but in the Tajo-Segura transfer he has already saved 32. We'll tell you here.
The wounded cork that Miguel Huerta cured in his home
Last year, Huerta alsorescued a cork that was about to die in the canal and cured it in his house. "I was walking around the hedge, taking a look at the rafts we have for the animals to drink, when I saw how in the canal there was a roe deer that was alive and could not leave the place," the young man then explained to this medium.
«I was in the last.We were trying first with the rope and a loop but we couldn't catch it, and the worst thing is that it was slowly approaching the mouth of the canal, so I didn't think twice and her.the young hunter then told us.
More rescues from this hunter
Miguel Huerta has saved more than thirty animals in the same section of the Tajo-Segura shipping in recent months. The president of the el Picazo's term came to elaborate acompilation video of all the animals they have rescued.Interestingly, he's only hunted two males in his entire life.
In addition to this great work, members of the same society assisted in the firefighting work that was declared in the mountains of the municipalityLast July 4. The fire spread quickly and as soon as they saw the smoke, a score of members of the people's society took the vehicle they have to carry out the surveillance and supply of water and food in the hedge and went there.Miguel Huertawas among them andthen narrated to Jara and Sedal how they helped extinguish it.
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